SPC 600A Fieldwork: Directed Observation and Practice in Agency Setting
SPC 600B Fieldwork: Directed Observation and Practice in Agency Setting (Bilingual)
SPC 601 Fieldwork: Directed Observation and Practice in Inner-City Schools
SPC 652 Understanding Human Development I
SPC 653 Understanding Human Development II
SPC 656 Introduction to Counseling and Application II
SPC 657A Family Counseling
SPC 657B, 657C Practicum in Family Counseling
SPC 660 A, 660 B Practicum in Group Work I, II
SPC 661A Individual Practicum I
SPC 661D Individual Practicum II
SPC 745A The Family of the Substance Abuser
SPC 745C College Admissions Process
SPC 745D Domestic Violence
SPC 745E Counseling the Special Education Student
SPC 745H High School Counseling
SPC 745M Multicultural and Diversity Issues in Counseling
This course will explore issues in multicultural counseling. There will be a review of the theory and research necessary to work more effectively with culturally diverse people. Students will develop cultural awareness and apply new insights in multicultural situations. The course will increase students’ multicultural counseling and development knowledge, with a focus on communication problems when contact is made with persons from differing cultural, ethnic and racial backgrounds and how these factors impact on the counseling relationship. Three credits.
SPC 745O Dealing with Loss and Grief
This course will utilize a variety of teaching methods including lectures, therapeutic and writing activities, creative games, role-playing, group discussion, field trips, guest lecturers and other interactive exercises designed for those experiencing loss and grief. Session topics will include grief affecting individuals, families, schools and other social systems; age appropriate classroom curricula and school based grief support groups; crisis intervention plans and community resources. The sessions will attempt to help the participants understand their personal responses to death as well as understand and respond to the grief that follows all kinds of losses in people's lives. Three credits.
SPC 748 Middle School Counseling
SPC 749 Spiritual Issues in Counseling
SPC 747H High School Counseling
This degree leads to eligibility for Provisional New York State Certificate as a School Counselor.
All courses are three credits unless noted.
Students may complete an additional 12 credits for New York State Permanent Certification. Permanent State Certification requires 60 credits in total. Two years of full-time experience as a counselor (K-12) is also required. An advanced certificate in School Counseling is offered at the Westchester Campus. Please consult www.liu.edu/Hudson/Academics/Programs/SC/AC-SC.aspx
Master's In Science In Education With Recommendation For Provisional Certification As a Bilingual School Counselor.
To earn a Master's in Science in Education with Recommendation for Provisional Certification as a Bilingual School Counselor students are required to successfully complete forty-five (45) credits in Counseling and three (3) credits in the Department of Education.
Students must demonstrate oral and written proficiency in English and in the target language. A passing grade on the New York State Bilingual Education Assessment Examination is required for the provisional bilingual certificate.
All courses are three credits.
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